On the ground level of the historic Hinchcliff House at Circular Quay, Grana is both a bakery and an all-day diner serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The name translates to "grain" in Italian, and is a reference to the on-site mill which is used to create Grana's pastries and pasta. Highlights at breakfast time are a blue swimmer crab omelette and a breakfast ravioli with sweet potato, egg yolk, and brown butter (swoon).
For lunch and dinner, let the 00 flour milled and aged in-house do the talking: like a ricotta and pumpkin occhi pasta with pickled pumpkin and lemon balm, or the malfadine pasta with 'nduja, goats curd, salami, and cime di rapa.
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